Why Sardinia

Why choose the Island of Sardinia for your next Photo and VIdeo Shooting?

- it's an unique location of uncontaminated beauty for your next open air photographic or video shooting in Italy
- You'll have a wide choice of seasides, mountains view, street view and typical italian architecture within a few miles
-We have Production Manager on Site who will search and get Permits for all the locations you'll like to use
-The climate allows to have a very long summer season, from April to November

Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, is the second island for extension, Sardinia has app. 1.850 kilometers of coastline and a staggering variety of landscapes: Sardinian coasts are full of beaches, sand dunes and long golden shores, cliffs which are lapped by the blue water of Sardinian sea. The interior is a mix of plateaus, plains and mountains - the highest point is Punta La Marmora in the Gennargentu Massif at just 1834m. Some artificial lake and numerous ponds. Sardinia is a very ancient island, rich in history and legends and everywhere you can find traces of human settlements dated from the Neolithic Age.

SEASIDE BEACHES and COASTLINE for your photo and video shooting:
Great choice of BEACHES in Sardinia coastline for film and photoshooting productions. Book your next film production or photo shoot location in Sardinia - Italy with us. If our catalogue does not have a location to suit your brief or storyboard we would be more than happy to propose another one.

LANDSCAPES and OPENSPACES for your next advertising shooting:
Many amazing green or rocky landscapes and stunning openspaces to set a new photographic or video shooting

ROADS and MOUNTAINS for your best shoots on location:
Amazing roads among nature to shoot car and automotive advertising

ARCHITECTURE and VILLAGES
Suggestive historic cities, modern villas and picturesque countryside: Sardinia offer the whole world in microcosm, perfect for every kind of photo and video production


Sardinia
Population 1.631.880
Capital city: Cagliari since the least Roman times in the South coast.
Language: Italian, Sardinian (Sardu)
Currency: Euro (€)
Country Code: +39
Electricity: 230V 50Hz, 2pin plugs
Major Ferry Ports: Cagliari, Golfo Aranci, Olbia, Porto Torres, Santa Teresa di Gallura
Major Airport: Cagliari Elmas, Olbia Costa Smeralda
Transportation In Sardinia:
By Ferry the Mediterranean largest ferry company run services connecting Sardinia with the main ports in Italy, France and Corsica; www.tirrenia.it www.moby.it www.sardinia-ferries.com
By Plane: Sardinia is also well served by some of Europe's biggest Airline including British Airway www.ba.com Easy jet www.easyjet.com
Air italy www.airitaly.com Ryan Air www.ryanair.com Tuifly www.tuifly.com Lufthansa www.lufthansa.com

Economy
The primary sector in Sardinia which is still of outstanding importance is the goat and sheep rearing (good production of cheeses). Agriculture has been modernized on the Campidano plain (Vegetables), and Sardinian wines are famous. There is little fishing (and no real maritime tradition), but the once prosperous mining industry is still active though restricted to coal (Carbonia), antimony, lead and Zinc. Granite was also exported all over the world. Lately a great source of income for this island has been generated from tourism.

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